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Tuesday December 8th, 2015


Greencity: an inspiring example of an eco-neighbourhood in Switzerland

Early experimentation into the sustainable city is now taking place at the eco-neighbourhood level. These low resource consumption, environmentally friendly areas question our practices and encourage us to reinvent urban lifestyles. One example is Greencity, where a new art of living is becoming a reality.                     […]

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